Off Road Business Association Ford F-150 Holds K&N Air Intake Kit at SEMA
The Off-Road Business Association (ORBA) has business members nationwide involved in the off-road vehicle recreation industry. It is a non-profit organization that works to keep public lands open for responsible recreation.
Executive director Fred Wiley brought his 2006 Ford F-150 daily driver to SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada. It was his showcase vehicle in the ORBA booth.
2006 Ford F-150 is Off Road Business Association daily driver for executive director
Wiley said he saves money on gas with his K&N air intake system
K&N air intake system of 2006 Ford F-150 has a washable and reusable lifetime replacement K&N air filter
ORBA Executive Director Fred Wiley uses his Ford F-150 to meet with officials in the off-road industry
“I visit people involved in the off-road industry, from the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) to the U.S Forest Service,” he said. “I even drive my Ford F-150 to Sacramento and park it outside Governor Schwarzenegger’s office. It gets a lot of attention there.”
Wiley and other ORBA team members monitor and participate in Forest Service and BLM planning processes. ORBA also monitors OHV legislation and works with the EPA and California Air Resources Board on emission issues.
Wiley has a K&N air intake system on his Ford F-150. “I save money on gas with K&N,” he said. “I also like the fact that the K&N air filter is washable and reusable and is guaranteed for a million miles.”
ORBA’s executive director travels about 75,000 miles annually. “I go to Washington D.C. and other state capitals to deal with legislative issues,” said Wiley. “Spring is a really busy time for us. That’s when I drive 2,000 to 3,000 miles a week. By the way off-road recreation is not only our business, it is our passion.”
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